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. >> in the provincial capital of taliban, and as the election campaign is underway. 157 canada, most of the men, are vying for the 14 parliamentary seats allocated to the province. >> people should vote for people who can work and serve. asian not vote for thieves. their deficits the people have voted for that were of no use. >> but in many of afghans provinces, it is the old war lords or their allies were likely to land the most votes. the independent human rights commission criticizes the fact that many people were not registered to vote to do a lack of election offices. and the commission chairman says that is not all. >> we need more, not the real one provided from the center to the people, to vote. it came from outside actually. >> even if people here are not where it about the threats of the taliban, they doubt the new parliament will provide afghanistan with the stability and needs. >> earlier, we spoke to the german foreign minister about the situation in afghanistan. we began by asking him how confident he was that the poll in afghanistan would be free and fair given the past problems
in the u.n. security council, up against portugal and canada. two seats and three countries. so she's campaigning for germany to get one of those seats in to douse an1. >>hat was from new york. the surge of support for a far- right party in sweden's national elections on sunday is sparking concern in protests in the country that until now has prided itself on openness and tolerance. the anti-democrat sweden democrat party got more than 5% of the vote, enabling them to parliament for the first time. the prime minister, center-right coalition, has lost its absolute majority and is looking for a potential partners to lead a minority government. >> the verdict of the swedish papers was as unanimous as it was despondent. the word chaos dominated the headlines. the success of the far right sweden democrats as shocked many. and there's growing concern about how the political deadlock can be broken. >> i think it will lead to increased suspicion and hostility towards immigrants. rand topple laws. >> it is said that the sweden democrats are kingmakers one solution for this. >> for now, that
sovereignty is heating up to russia, norway, denmark, canada, in the u.s. on a territorial claims here. but the boundaries are disputed. that dispute is being felt that the international arctic forum in moscow. the conference program is concerned with climate change, but political and economic interests are foremost. >> today more than ever we need an approach to the geography here that concerns national interests. the objectives of the form is included in its name. the arctic territory of dialogue. >> at stake are vast deposits of natural resources that geologists believe may be located here, possibly as much as one-third of the earth's _ oil and gas reserves. russia has long reserved interest in the polar region. in 2007, russian expedition planted russian flags 4,000 meters down at the seat ahead of the north pole. >> we defend our interests in the arctic with all the civilian instruments permitted by international agreements. and i do not think it would estimate to a confrontation. even though some countries need to be able to inject more power and so on. >> i two dozen one, russia
with explosives in britain and canada. stay tuned, we will be back with our in-depth report. >> october 3, 2010. a day to celebrate. 20 years of german unity. the anniversary this schedule. 24 extraordinary hours. featuring the official ceremony and the big celebration in berlin. 20 years of german unity on october 3, starting at 5:00. >> the comeback. the german government has come up with an ambitious new energy policy in that ensuring that most of germany's power comes from renewable sources. all of the political parties have agreed on that goal but they are deeply divided on how loud -- how long atomic reactors should be allowed to run. they want them all shutdown within 11 years. angela merkel says that the only way to meet co2 reduction targets and satisfy projected demand is to keep the plants running longer, pledging that two-thirds of the profits generated during the extension will be invested in renewable energy. >> these demonstrators are upset that the chancellor's new energy plan proposes to delay the closure of some of germany's nuclear power plants. but the nuclear component is j
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